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Michael Jeh is an Oxford Blue who played first-class cricket, and a Playing Member of the MCC. He lives in Brisbane
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The curse of soft-tissue injuries

Sep 24, 2014: Michael Clarke and Shane Watson have had a history of such injuries and modern-day sports science is yet to come up with a solution

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How many genuine allrounders does cricket have?

Sep 8, 2014: Of the game's many versatile greats, how many could command a place in their Test XI on the strength of one skill alone?

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Minefield, or incompetent batting?

Sep 1, 2014: Combating difficult conditions tests a batsman's skill. Australia were exposed in Harare because their players failed to come to terms with a legitimate turning track

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It's home advantage, not doctored pitches

Aug 21, 2014: Why do columnists look for conspiracy theories every time a visiting team collapses abjectly?

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Are the big three's bonds in danger of fraying?

Aug 4, 2014: If Australia come after India on the field the way James Anderson allegedly did, will the triumvirate be able to hold together?

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Are Test batsmen maturing quicker these days?

Jul 22, 2014: Of late Rahane, Robson, Ballance and Stokes have all made hundreds in their first five Tests. Does that point to a larger trend?

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The value of a cricketer's brand

Jul 10, 2014: Andrew Strauss will recover from the indiscreet remark he made about Kevin Pietersen, but his image won't be entirely as it was

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In quest of the ideal junior coaching system

Jun 24, 2014: More Australian states should look at the model created by NSW and Victoria

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What's more important: participating or getting better?

Jun 11, 2014: If clubs in junior cricket focus solely on retaining players year after year, there is bound to be a dilution in talent and the level of competition

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Whatever happened to playing for the love of the game?

May 30, 2014: There seems to be a trend in junior sport in Australia of rewarding kids for just turning up to play

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Australia's rise and the climb ahead

May 5, 2014: Under Michael Clarke, they have had a fantastic summer. But can they continue to keep the competition at bay in Tests, and win the World Cup?

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Who is the ideal cricket administrator?

Apr 22, 2014: While you don't require cricket skills to run a national board, you do need a deft touch and diplomatic skills to deal with vested interests, million-dollar contracts, and cut-throat competition

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Lessons for 2015

Apr 9, 2014: There is much to learn from the World T20 in Bangladesh but expect different skill sets to come into play in next year's 50-over World Cup

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The white-line crime

Mar 27, 2014: Officials spend precious time scrutinising bowlers' foot faults but ignore it when non-strikers gain unfair head starts

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Time to draw a line in the sand?

Mar 13, 2014: It's hard for everyone to agree on what constitutes acceptable boundaries when it comes to on-field behaviour. It's best if the ICC spells it out

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Does the media think fans are fools?

Feb 27, 2014: Why does television seem to think that cricket followers only want to know about their team when it is winning?

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When the selectors knew something we didn't

Feb 19, 2014: John Inverarity and Co weathered unfair criticism for picking Shaun Marsh, but now they need to be lauded for their bold decision

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Modern injury-prevention techniques are not working

Feb 11, 2014: It might be time to go back to more traditional methods of preparation: long periods of batting and bowling in place of hours spent in the gym, in ice baths, and on the massage table

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Do support staff really make a difference?

Feb 2, 2014: If it ultimately comes down to the athlete's skill, then maybe it's time to dispense with the big crews that accompany teams these days

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Are central contracts too soft a cushion for elite cricketers?

Jan 23, 2014: If they had to play to be paid, would they allow their handlers to rest them so often?

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